Review of the 2012 mHealth Summit

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Once again we were very proud to have been able to contribute as media partners, exhibitors and presenters at the mHealth Summit which took place earlier this month in Washington DC.

The popularity of mHealth events has grown (there were 100 events in 2012) but the commitment, focus and an open door partnering strategy that has seen the event expand through the support of 30 sponsors, 35 strategic affiliates, 300 open space exhibitors (plus 8 dedicated pavillions) and 4,050 delegates.

The foresight of the organisers to share video recordings of presentations freely has ensured the mHealth Summit has always provided an educational legacy and with the expanded 2012 program it’s great to see that it’s all now available via Vimeo so that content can be more easily downloaded, shared and embedded. I cannot think of a single more indepth resource for those looking to research the mHealth market and learn more about who’s saying what.

Obviously there’s no way I could do this event any justice with a single post summary so I’ve tried to divide up my thoughts up into smaller more manageable snippets and welcome you to share anything you can see I’ve missed or any ideas you have in the comments on the individual posts:

Event overview

3G Doctor
4G
Aetna
AIDS.gov
Alivecor
AT&T
BNetTV
Case Western University
CEA/Consumer Electronics Show
Centre for Connected Health
China Mobile
Continua Health Alliance
Deloitte
European eHealth Week
EngAGE Pavilion
Gaming for Health
GetRealHealth
Health 2.0
iHealth Labs
Kaiser Permanente
Lessons from the White House
Lifecomm
mHIMSS Roadmap
Mobile Venture Fair
mScripts
National Coordinator for HIT
NIH Pavilion
OpenHealth
Orange/France Telecom
Pfizer
Qualcomm
RWJF
Samsung “Best in Show” Startup Competition
Senior Mobile Opportunity
South Korea – KOTRA
Startup Pavilion
Surescripts
T Mobile & Samsung
University Health Network
Verizon
Vinod Koshla
Will mHealth replace Doctors
WIPJam
X-Prize Foundation

Who wasn’t there?
My key Take Aways
What others took away from the 2012 mHealth Summit

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